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of hurricane katrina. lester? >> mike viqueira, thanks. this reminder, brian williams will have an exclusive interview with president obama in new orleans tomorrow here on "nightly news." >>> as we approach the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina, we're keeping a close eye on three storms in the atlantic ocean. even if they don't make landfall, they could pose danger for many east coast beaches. for the latest, weather channel's mike seidel joins us from rehoboth beach in delaware. >> reporter: much of the east coast is dealing with dangerous rip currents caused by hurricane danielle. the hurricane is hundreds of miles away east of bermuda. today was the worst they've seen in many years in florida near melbourne, 30 rescues. in nearby ocean city, maryland, just south of here, over 200 rescues. expect more of the same tomorrow. from new york state all the way to florida. more rip currents. the best advice, swim on a guarded beach. there is that conga line of storms. take a look at this. danielle racing well east of beuda into the north atlantic. no more issues for the u.s. east coast after
katrina. >> mike viqueira, thanks. brian williams will have an exclusive interview with president obama in new orleans on "nightly news." >>> we are keeping a close eye on three storms in the atlantic ocean. they could pose danger for east coast beaches. for the latest, weather channel's mike seidel joins us from rehoboth beach in delaware. >> reporter: much of the east coast is dealing with dangerous rip currents caused by hurricane danielle. today was the worst they've seen in many years in florida near melbourne, 30 rescues. in ocean city, maryland, over 200 rescues. expect more of the same tomorrow. from new york state all the way to florida. more rip currents. the best advice, swim on a garden beach. there is that conga line of storms. danielle racing well east of bermuda into the north atlantic. no more issues for the u.s. east coast after tomorrow. earl is on its heels. now 60 mile-an-hour tropical storm speeding west, forecast to become a hurricane on sunday. behind earl is our next potential tropical depression. it would be named fina. tropical storm watches heading up to the u
. >> that is a look at our news and are heavy weather for this evening. nbc nightly news is next with brian williams. brian williams. we wil narrator: a local entrepreneur had an idea for a new neighborhood business. and with help from small business loans sponsored by governor martin o'malley, arrow bicycle shop opened its doors in 2008. this governor gets it. it's our job to give maryland businesses the tools they need to grow and create jobs.
. in new orleans, i'm jay gray. lynn, back to you. >> hjay, thank you. don't miss brian williams broadcasting live from new orleans on "nbc nightly news." brian hosts a special edition from new orleans and his guest brad pitt and the work he's doing down there. sunday on "nightly news," an exclusive interview with president obama in new orleans. >>> former president jimmy carter on the way back to the u.s. after winning the release of an american released in nokz. he secured a special pardon from the man sentenced to eight years of hard labor for illegally entering the communist nation back in january. according to state-run media, carter's trips included talks with north korea's number two leader and relayed his country's interest in six-party nuclear disarmament talks. >>> well, federal health officials say contaminated chicken feed is likely to believe for a salmonella outbreak that has sickened some 1700 people across the country. at a news conference yesterday, government investigators said that the tainted chicken feed had only gone to two iowa farms and had not been distri
: "nbc nightly news" with brian williams brought to you in part by honey nut cheerios cereal. >>> the senate today stopped a republican filibuster holding back a bill that would give $26 billion in aid to strapped state governments. that means they won't have to lay off firefighters, police officers and teachers in some cases. speaker nancy pelosi says she will call the house back from a break to give the bill final passage. the aid won't add to the federal deficit since cuts are being made elsewhere, but republicans are unhappy, saying the money will allow the states to duck some tough budget decisions. >>> president obama is in his hometown of chicago tonight. it's his 49th birthday, but it's kind of an unusual one. his family is nowhere in sight. nbc news white house correspondent savannah guthrie is traveling with the president and joins us from the windy city tonight. savannah, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. well, the president is here in chicago for some democratic party fund-raising and an event at a ford plant tomorrow, but he will have a birthday di
evening, i'm ann curry in for brian williams. information is still coming in tonight about who was lost in last night's plane crash in alaska. today it was confirmed that former u.s. senator ted stevens was killed along with four others. but that former nasa administrator sean o'keefe and his son survived, though they are badly injured. the struggle for accurate information about this crash lasted throughout much of this day because it happened in such a remote area, more than 300 miles from anchorage, near a tiny town of dillingham. we have three reports, including one near the scene. but first, tom costello on what happened. tom? >> reporter: ann, good evening. this was a passing plane that spotted the wreckage and guided first responders to this remote scene. it took more than 12 hours for national guard and coast guard rescuers to get to the wreckage and medivac out the victims. among those five fatalities on board, senator stevens. the plane went down in a remote region, 320 miles southwest of anchorage. among the five who died, former u.s. senator ted stevens, the longest serving
, in for brian williams tonight. with a number of significant developments about the economy indicating that many americans are not buying the talk about our being in a recovery. the sentiment was reflected not only in what happened on wall street today, but also in a telling new nbc wall street journal poll out tonight and in a compelling moment near atlanta where thousands of people, many unemployed, overwhelmed a shopping plaza today, desperate for housing assistance. our coverage begins with nbc's ron mott. >> everybody's reaching, trying to grab a piece of paper. >> reporter: in metro atlanta today, the tough economy literally hit home, as thousands lined up in stifling heat simply to get on the waiting list for federally subsidized public housing. >> this is a blessing for those that are going through hard times financially. they're losing their homes, you know. their income is being shattered. so this is really a blessing. >> reporter: a blessing that came with dozens of medical emergencies and an aggressive police presence. >> people are passing out. the ambulances are everywhere. they're
for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. i'm ann curry, in for brian williams, as yet more numbers on the economy came out today that help explain why so many americans feel this recovery is not all it's cracked up to be. for example, we learned that the number of people who asked for unemployment benefits for the first time rose significantly last week, surprising economists who expected that number to drop. but at the same time, one of america's biggest corporations which got a huge and controversial government bailout, did report some big gains today. making sense of all of this at the white house is nbc's savannah guthrie. savannah, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, ann. it does seem to be the pattern of this recovery -- one step forward, one step back. here at the white house the view is that the economy is slowly digging itself out of a hole, but there is frustration that it's not happening faster. back from the brink of death general motors today announced its biggest quarterly profit in six years -- $1.3 billion. even that good news was overshadowed by a surpr
at this time the fire is not threatening homes. now back to brian williams with more of nightly news. >>> interesting story, the justice department announced late today it will appeal yesterday's court ruling prohibiting federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. that ruling left a lot of researchers fairly stunned. the director of the national institutes of health said "it pours sand into the engine of discovery." for now, much of that research remains on hold. we get more from our chief science correspondent, robert bazell. >> reporter: dr. chuck murray is in the delicate business of rebuilding severely damaged hearts, and has tried adult and embryonic stem cells in his efforts. >> we're very pragmatic, whatever works best for us. >> reporter: what he has accomplished with embryonic stem cells is remarkable. making new heart muscle cells in a laboratory. these are heart cells that are beating and they were made from embryonic stem cells? >> exactly. we can transform them from these flat cells that sit on the bottom of the dish, to a heart muscle. >> this is the echo of your
be sure to watch brian williams with nbc "nightly news." >>> and, finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. one-on-one with the president. brian williams' exclusive interview with president obama on the katrina anniversary. and paris hilton arrested. the latest details on the hotel heiress' drug charges. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm thomas roberts. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
broke in new orleans in our next half-hour. a special report from brian williams. >>> the use of maryland, students were bruise asked beaten while waiting for a shuttle bus over the weekend. police are still looking for the suspects. jane watrel spoke to students today. >> reporter: it is the first dave classes for the new academic year. for the thousands of students, it is the first time away from home. a time says university police, for newfound freedom. >> people are out and about during all hours of the night. they're new to the area themselves want to see what's going on. where the scene is. they want to find a poifrlt. >> reporter: for three students wait everything for a shuttle bus around 7:30 sunday morning, a surprising attack. as five youth sgeet robbed them making off with less than $100 in cash. one of the victim punts several time in the face. >> in order to cut crime on and off campus, university police have joined forces with prince george's county to make students aware of what they call crime time. >> crime time is the point between 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. wh
. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. i'm ann curry in for brian williams tonight. >>> as a new study published today reveals stunning and alarming findings about the health of our daughters. according to the study of more than 1,200 children, a significant number of girls are showing signs of puberty as young as 7 years old. with the findings the researchers are raising concerns that our girls will be at greater risk for behavioral problems, perhaps breast cancer in the future. in a moment we'll talk to a leading pediatrician about what parents can do. we begin now with nbc's rehema ellis. >> reporter: the results are startling. more than 1,200 girls between the ages of 7 and 8 from new york, cincinnati and the san francisco bay area were part of the study. the findings reported in today's journal of pediatrics revealed that while the average age of the onset of puberty is 10 or 11, 15% of the girls showed signs of puberty at 7 years old. among them, 10% of white girls, twice as many as in a 1997 study, but 15% of hispanic girls and 23% of african-american girls.
. this weekend the president sat down with brian williams and commented on this still sluggish economy. take a listen. >> we anticipated that the recovery was slowing. the economy is still growing but not as fast as it needs to. i have got things right now before congress that we should move immediately. nothing is a magic bullet but we can continue to build momentum. >> you heard the president say there is no magic bullet here. john, i want to get a sense from you what has changed here to get to increased consumer spending? at some point consumers spend 70%. what needs to change? >> one of the things that we have seen, peter, since the financial crisis has been consumers realizing that they were over extended as the country is. the president has talked about changing the basis for our economy. on the other hand, you want some consumer spending in the near term to try to get this economy going. we are simply not creating jobs and growing fast enough to make people feel good. >> we hope to hear from the president soon. thank you. >>> the manhattan district attorney's office is investigating t
remember him from a profile brian williams did about his dad, just as i did about my own father for a series we called trading places on this broadcast a few years ago. gordon was a member of the greatest generation, a world war ii veteran who also worked with helen keller to he habitate soldiers blinded in battle. he endured the death of his wife, cancer, a heart attack, two broken hips and more, he rarely ever complained. a great grandfather six times leaving a lasting legacy, gordon williams was 93 years old. a life that could teach us all a little something. >>> and that's our broadcast for this monday evening. in for brian williams, i'm ann curry. for all of us here at nbc news, curry. for all of us here at nbc news, thank you and good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
dean on the show today and brian williams will be joining us. had he a special edition of "meet the press" yesterday from new orleans. he had brad pitt on, as well as a lot of the different leaders down there looking at katrina five years later. of course, his big interview with president obama, so brian will be joining us. he doesn't usually like to get up this early. >> i wonder why? >> who does? who does like to get up this early? >> we just absolutely love it! can't you tell? and joe -- >> breaking point. >> all right. okay. let's get to the news. we will get to all of this. we have a great show coming up. it would be a lot harder to break up at this hour if this warranty so much fun, fair? that's what i was saying to the folks at the goodhouse keeping cook your heart out event until i was hosting at 10:00. they said what time do you wake up? i don't think i could do it if i didn't love it because it's early. >> you had a wild weekend, right? >> how do you know? what? >> i heard you had a pretty wild weekend this weekend. >> i did. >> tell everybody about your basement clean
nightly news anchor and managing editor, brian williams. and good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. immigration and border security could well decide tomorrow's republican primary in arizona. senator john mccain has made a hard move to the right to counter former congressman j.d. haywor hayworth. mccain has a 20-point lead after spending $21 million on the primary battle alone. the tea party favorite isn't going down without a fight. nbc's kelly o'donnell is live in phoenix and interviewed john mccain. what's the senator have to say about this big move on immigration? >> reporter: well, john mccain bristles when he's challenged about moving hard to the right. that's criticism he's been taking for quite a while now and he argues against it. it's a more nuance position. in interviewing him i think he threaded a needle perhaps. what he basically is saying is that he's always supported trying to have a secure border fence. that's his view. and that now his emphasis has changed. that's his word. emphasis has changed to be more focused on what the people of arizona want bec
, the president sit douns with brian williams and responz to all that controversy over the proposed mosque and islamic center near ground zero. >>> the economy with recovery feeling a lot like recession. does washington have any new ideas to fix it? >>> and, the envelope please. who stole the show at last night's emmy awards? good morning. it's august 30th, 2010. i'm savannah guthrie. chuck todd has the week off. hurricane warnings going up as earl bears down on the caribbean islands. could the east coast be next? nbc news meteorologist bill karins joins us. good morning. >> good morning to you. this is going to be a long three or four days of watching these computer models and figuring out where earl is going. living from north carolina to maine or even our friends up there in nova scotia, they have to be concerned and at risk here. right behind me, this is puerto rico. you can clearly see the eye on the radar now. moving very close to virgin islands and the bands over puerto rico puerto rico here shortly. this storm moving closer to puerto rico puerto rico than was expected and the condi
this long to get involved. >> jack rice, thanks so much. >>> up next, msnbc's brian williams will join us live from new orleans as the five-year anniversary of hurricane katrina approaches. >>> plus another major recall by a top automaker, more than a million cars affected. is yours one of them? >>> and bristol palin has her next career move lined up and she's following in the footsteps of kim kardashian, susan luchie and jerry springer. i got into one of the best schools in the country! [ both screaming ] i got into one of the most expensive schools in the country! [ male announcer ] when stress gives you heartburn with headache... alka-seltzer gives you relief fast. [ low male ] plop, plop. [ high male ] fizz, fizz. i'm out makin' sure this stays a 10, when you drive by. you're checking out my awesome headband, when... ♪ oops. that's when you find out your cut-rate insurance it ain't payin' for this. so get allstate. save cash and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar nobody protects you from mayhem like allstate. >>> here's your cnbc market wrap. let's
. some of the other shows, nbc was looking at hurricane katrina. brian williams covering that. abc looked at education policy, a back-to-school type of a show. we were trying to focus on the economy because there was such bad news on housing this week. housing sparked the financial crisis. now new home sales, existing home sales, way down. we had the president's housing secretary exclusively suggesting they are maybe open to the idea of reviving the $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers. something candidates in the florida senate race jumped all over. >> i think it's too early to say after a month of numbers whether the tax credit will be revived or not. we are watching carefully. we talked about new tools we'll be launching in the coming weeks and we are going to be focused, like a laser, on where the housing market is market is mov forward. >> i think it would help enormously. i think any time you can reduce taxation to spur the economy forward is a great thing to do. i would en courage the president to do that because it would help my fellow floridians. >> as a member of the way
'm brian williams. it was the last weekend of summer five years ago. a lot of americans were on vacation. they might have heard something about a big hurricane possibly even aiming at new orleans, but there have been hurricanes before. of course, it then turned out that there had never been anything like katrina before. if you watched any of our coverage five years ago then you know we were there for the storm. i was inside the superdome, and we stayed in that city for those first awful days and weeks. and in the months and years that have followed since, we've made dozens of return visits and we will continue to. after i returned from katrina, a producer here came up with the idea to sit me down and record my thoughts on videotape as a record of what happened there. everything, the anger and the despair and some awful memories. so what you're about to see is hard to watch at times. it's a kind of time capsule, so we don't forget what it was like when katrina hit new orleans and the gulf coast five years ago. >> "wwl first news." it's 7:05, good morning. a mandatory evacuation for the ci
interview with president obama as brian williams has a sit-down with the president. this is the third shot by chung. looking closer and closer to a concession. >> i'll be amazed if that's not it. yep. >> and that is it. 4-2. peter uihlein's dream has come true. he's the 2010 u.s. amateur champion. very high level of golf played all week long by both of these finalists. let's send it down to roger maltbie. >> thank you, dan. peter congratulations. your emotions on the biggest golfing day of your life? >> yeah, i'm a little shocked, a little surprised and it's so surreal, and you know, david is a great player and great competitor but i just was fortunate enough today to come out on top. >> the putt at 14 really seemed to ice things in your direction. it was a putt you seemed like you had earlier today. >> yeah, really the exact same putt i had and down at 15, both identical putts and 14 i made sure to get it there this time and made it, so that helped. >> congratulations and enjoy with your family. >> thank you. i hope everybody in stillwater stays awake tonight because i'm coming back. than
to be out of iraq by the end of next year. >> we will have much more on that tonight with brian williams. >> a huge rally to start of the month. we will tell you what is behind it all. >> and what buck showalter has to say about taking on a job that had started to look like a mission impossible. >> twice a week trash collection goes away in downtown baltimore. >> and hd doppler shows as a few sprinkles. >> in tonight's project economy, stocks staged a rally monday. >> what a way to start out with strong earnings throughout europe. it helped the dow gained more than 2 1/3 points. they passed -- the nasdaq gained more than 40 and -- the dow gained more than 200 points. the nasdaq gained more than 40 and the s&p 22.5. >> to markham of neighbors and businesses downtown will join the program to eliminate twice a week trash delivery. >> 3500 locations in the downtown area will now have a new track schedule and as you can imagine, is not getting great reviews from everyone. >> trash piling up on city streets is something no one wants to see. downtown residents and business owners are concerned
>> welcome to our program, tonight brian williams, the anchorman for nbc news reminded of us what happened, the tragedy of katrina and where we are today. >> there was no one in charge. i saw guns in pant legs. i saw what required martial law. and we can't let this happen ever again to our citizens. nobody's a lesser individual on god's earth and in the united states of america. that has to be a very basic lesson. look at those pictures. when was the last crowd you knew that spontaneously started yelling help in the united states. >> rose: and we continue this evening with our observations about the obama presidency, tonight two former white house chiefs of staff, ken duberstein and john pedestrianesta-- podesta. >> i'm pretty disappointed in the way he has lead or not lead the president. i thought we were going to have a transformational presidency. i thought that we were going to have a presidency that reached out and built coalitions. not simply inside the congress but throughout the american public. with business, et cetera, with small business. and with many of the interest g
, our interactive timeline shows the fury and pictures. this is on wbaltv.com. tomorrow morning, brian williams will moderate a special edition of "meet the press," from new orleans. >> now your forecast. >> i will bring you up-to-date on the tropics now. there's some tropical activity down in the gulf of mexico. this is not a tropical storm and it is very warm and humid. up to this far north, we are clarabelle. it is hats and flattered -- scattered class a day and a lot of sunshine. temperatures work comfortable and the humidity was on the low side. 83 on the low side, 84 near the airport. if anything, today was about as averages you will get at the end of august. temperatures right now dropped off a little bit. downtown, 78-69. it is 60 on the boardwalk at ocean city. 70 in westminster. the 60's out in far western maryland. take a look at the satellite imagery. here's the high-pressure which reaches from southern new england across the great lakes and down into the plains states. it is getting warm out in the central part of the u.s.. they are on the west and southwest edge of the hi
katrina's puree in pictures. tomorrow morning, brian williams will moderate a special edition of "meet the press" from new orleans. still ahead, some amazing video out of hawaii as crews battling a fire tornado. it is the end of the summer, which means time for the maryland state fair. >> the ravens get set to take on the new york giants tonight in preseason game no. 3. we will have a preview straight ahead. >> the rain is nowhere near us. the forecast for the rest of the weekend and we get is coming up. very >> is back, and better than ever. the maryland state fair kicked off yesterday. the riptide is bigger than any other in years past. the standard fai activitiesr never get old. >> we love the caramel apples and corn dogs. >> also new this year, a coupon book will help attendees get the most out of their trip, and a different approach to conserves. gretchen wilson kicked off the fare last night. if you are one of the many people who did not get those justin bieber tickets, we are offering the chance to get a pair of tickets to the september concert. go to our facebook page, become a
years after hurricane katrina, brian williams returns to new orleans to look at one of the most devastating natural disasters in american history. that is tonight on "nbc nightly news." late payments, home foreclosures -- is the economy hurting your credit? we will have tips on how to rebuild it. and dr. kim hammond from falls road animal hospital is here to answer pet questions. but first -- >> do you think they would accept it if i took the cover of the police department? >> this man says police left him holding the bag. >> everything is quiet and looking pretty good as a weak front slides across the state. great weather forecast as we head into the weekend. we >> one family captured more than memories during an out-of-town trip. the new jersey family was in madison, wisconsin, to attend a wedding and they decided that the state capital would be the great backdrop for a family photo. it placed the camera on a ledge and set the timer. in that time, their belongings were being stolen. fortunately, the camera caught the thief in the act and the family was able to recover their be
. >> and nbc's own brian williams made the list. williams says his style idol is steve mcqueen and this is brian's third time on the list. >> inducted this year into vanity fair's hall of fame is david beckham. he looks good on the soccer field and off the soccer field. >> we put him in a nice designer suit and he is equally happy. i think he likes clothes as much as his wife does. >> how do you make the hall of fame? well, you make the list four times, which brian williams is one list away from being the next david beckham. >> he is quite a dapper guy. >>> coming up on news 4 -- a robbery caught on tape. the robber gets roughed up. >>> a decision in the controversial plans to build a mosque at the site of the world trade center. >>> good afternoon. coming up on news 4 at 5:00, the mystery is over. investigators know the identity of the local man killed on the track. who was he and why there was a warrant out for his arrest. >>> new information ability the suspected drunk driver accused of killing a nun and critically injuring two others. this deadly crash is sparking a he
live on nbc next sunday night. >>> when we return, brian williams reflects on reporting from new orleans in the first terrible days immediately after hurricane katrina hit five years ago. i know who works differently than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nosebleed, and sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy symptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptoms? omnaris combats the cause. get omnaris for $11 at omnaris.com. [ birds chirping ] [ water runs ] [ female announcer ] new chef boyardee whole grain beefaroni. the taste kids love. [ whispering ] now with whole grain pasta. shh. >>> many of you will be closely watching tropical storm danielle, which formed late this afternoon far out in the atlantic. forecasters say it could strengthen into a hurricane by tuesday, but they say it's too early to tell whether it
of nbc "nightly news" with brian williams. reporting tonight from new orleans. >>> good evening from the french quarter in new orleans where five years ago tonight it was still a few days off. we could see it out there. we knew katrina was a big one, but we had no idea what it would do to this city and this region. back then when the storm hit, it covered an area of 90,000 square miles, 80% of this great historic city was underwater. 1.5 million people were affected in that storm's aftermath and, worst of all, of course, more than 1,800 deaths at the hands of katrina. things these days here are getting much better, in part thanks to a fortune, a potential pool of $16.7 billion in federal funds includes almost $2 billion for schools here. and 90% of the new orleans neighborhoods -- and there are over 70 different neighborhoods in this city -- are back, meaning they have at least half the population having returned. we begin with how things have changed, new people, new places, some old problems and some new ones. [ cheers and applause ] >>> here in the very place that came to symboliz
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paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. i'm ann curry in for brian williams. as a part of america's heartland is struggling against a triple threat -- extreme heat, severe thunderstorm warnings and dangerous flooding, it's happening in ames, iowa, and it's gotten so bad, tens of thousands of people may be without drinking water there for days. our own ron allen has spent the day in the intense weather and joins us now from the soggy grounds of iowa state university. ron? >> reporter: good evening to you, ann. yes, this part of campus is usually dry this time of year, but this water has been standing here now for several days. further back, you can see there are workers inside several buildings trying to pump out water and dry out things to get it ready for school. also here in the town of ames is another big problem, there's an entire community of people who do not have clean water. city crews worked feverishly to repair flood damage today. officials say strict water conservation measures and a boil water alert will likely remain in place well into next week. >> ames is
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